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Why listening to a podcast is important?

Shipping Podcasts allow you to hear the voices of so many different industry specialists, which is important in the global shipping industry. Not only can you access viewpoints both alike and different from your own, but you have knowledge at your fingertips and the ability to learn new things.

PS: The best time to listen is when commuting. Pop up your earphones and stay ahead in your game.

Shipping Podcast - listen to the maritime professionals in the world of shipping The shipping industry is the backbone of international trade, contributing to the globalisation and development of the world, but it's the shipping people who makes the world go around. This is where you meet the maritime professionals, strong characters with an interesting background.

  • 167 Captain John Konrad, founder and CEO of gCaptain
    by Lena Göthberg meets John Konrad on 16/07/2021 at 5:00 am

    Captain John Konrad is THE influencer in the maritime industry. He started the gCaptain, which is currently the largest media outlet in the maritime domain.  John is equally interested in changing the narrative for the maritime industry as I am. We agree that we need to work together to create sustainable marketing for and about the maritime industry.  No one speaks about Über in the Silicon Valley anymore, they talk about Flexport, and they talk about the maritime industry." John is a big fan of Greta Thunberg; she says things people don't want to hear. But, that is what we also need to do; talk about the good and the bad in our industry. If we don't acknowledge the problems we have as an industry, then we cannot solve them - and become better. We discuss so many things in this episode, I learned a lot, and I think John gave some real food for thoughts.  What is your view? Give us a shout-out, we are on social media, and we each have a webpage where you can comment. This is a discussion worth having. Thank you for listening.  Stay safe. 

  • 166 Dr Jason Zuidema, Executive Director, North American Maritime Ministry Association
    by Lena Göthberg meets Jason Zuidema on 02/07/2021 at 5:00 am

    We continue the discussion about; what is a fair future for seafarers? Dr Jason Zuidema, Executive Director, North American Maritime Ministry Association, NAMMA, share his view on what we need to do to make seafarers keyworkers. He says it's about respect and using the instruments already in place. Abandonment in 2021 is a disgrace. Also, seafarers must be able to trust that they get paid. Jason thinks seafaring it's an honourable profession. Seafarers are very proud to be seafarers; it's the uncertainty that is wearing down. It's not the hard work or the hardship that comes with leaving loved ones; it's the uncertainty of now knowing when you come back the next time or if you get paid. In the end, Jason does a call for support of seafarers; everyone can do something to show kindness to international seafarers. Make sure you listen to the end. What is your view on what Jason says, I'd love to hear from you. Thanks for listening. 

  • 165 Frank Coles, British-American entrepreneur and maritime lawyer
    by Lena Göthberg meets Frank Coles on 18/06/2021 at 5:00 am

    We are approaching June 25th, 2021, and celebrating the Day of the Seafarer, which is a way to recognise the invaluable contribution seafarers make to international trade and the world economy, often at high personal cost to themselves and their families. In episode 165, you meet Frank Coles, currently on gardening leave from Wallem, and get to listen to his view about a fair future for seafarers, the IMO theme for the 2021 Day of the Seafarer. Frank is speaking his mind about many things that need to change for the seafarers to have a fair future. - a clear career path - getting paid - getting fed - getting to go home - allowed breaks to get some rest also when in port Frank is an outspoken advocate for the seafarers. Of course, not all of you will agree with him, but at least he is contributing to the conversation that we must have. What is your view on what Frank has to say? Please let me know. Twitter:  @Shippingpodcast   Facebook: Shippingpodcast  Instagram: @shippingpodcast  Website: Shippingpodcast.com  Email: hello@shippingpodcast.com    

  • 164 Valentina Keys, Senior Associate, CMS Cameron McKenna Nabarro Olswang LLP
    by Lena Göthberg meets Valentina Keys on 04/06/2021 at 5:00 am

    Welcome to the 164th episode of the Shipping Podcast, featuring climate lawyer Valentina Keys, Senior Associate, CMS Cameron McKenna Nabarro Olswang LLP.  According to Valentina are we living in unprecedented times, there are so many things changing now. The carbon footprint has to be measured and reported publicly. Business models have to be redesigned. So much has to change. Valentina is talking about COP 26, COP 15, EU Green Deal, MEPC 76, Poseidon Principles, the ICS R&D Fund and Sea Cargo Charter. Here are all the links in case you want to study on your own.  If you liked what you heard, give us a shoutout. Valentina @valentina_keys and me @lenagothberg  Twitter:  @Shippingpodcast   Facebook: Shippingpodcast  Instagram: @shippingpodcast  Website: Shippingpodcast.com  Email: hello@shippingpodcast.com   

  • 163 Captain Kate McCue and Captain Thomas Lindegaard Madsen
    by Lena Göthberg, Captain Kate McCue, Captain Thomas Lindegaard Madsen on 21/05/2021 at 5:00 am

    Listen to the two most famous Master Mariners globally, Captain Kate McCue and Captain Thomas Lindegaard Madsen, in their first encounter ever. The conversation touches upon so many exciting things as cats, shoes, leadership, containers, high-heals, role models, visibility, respect, accountability, dreams, career choices and the fact that #SeafarersAreKeyWorkers and why that should be part of the job description when you sign up to become a seafarer.  I am so grateful to the Captains for making this possible. I am also thankful for my audience, who sent in so many good questions for the Captains. You helped me focus on the interview when I was so starstruck.  IF you haven't yet started to follow these Captains on Instagram, here are the links: Captain Kate McCue Captain Thomas Lindegaard Madsen  Now, go and share this episode with your friends. Together, we can help kick off the Captains Collaboration to get seafarers to recognise being essential workers.  Thank you for listening! Twitter:  @Shippingpodcast   Facebook: Shippingpodcast  Instagram: @shippingpodcast  Website: Shippingpodcast.com  Email: hello@shippingpodcast.com    

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